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When Swedish architect Karin Matz discovered a small space in Stockholm, which for over 30 years had been used for furniture storage, she was instantly inspired to transform [the 36 sq m (387 sq ft) space] into a multipurpose tiny home.
Using pine-plywood Matz based the design of the kitchen and bed area on an IKEA unit. Glass panels are used to separate the kitchen/bed/wardrobe spaces from each other and roller curtains have been fitted to the ceiling, allowing the kitchen and/or the sleeping quarters to be closed off from the living area.
Dunno what to do with the background.
This will do for now.
-buries face in hands-
I shouldn’t have drank that tea. ; ;
Battle bunny Riven bookmark in progress!
Lee Sin [01:22]: Pls malph don’t go full ap
Lee Sin [01:31]: all malphites ap lose
Malphite [01:45]: Not all Malphites *tips rabbadon*
(Thanks to The Halret for the quote! #NotAllMalphites)
"̄ͧ̂̂ͨͪ̾͛͏̖̩͉͉̘̼̼ͅḤ̗͍̩ͪͣ͛̄̇́͟e̅͟͏̣̥̗ͅy̨͇̯͚̝͌.͓̺̍ͬ̀̃ͨ͐ͣͥ̋.̠͇͚̤̹̮̗͒̃ͨ̂ͤ̎̈́.̞͕̫͇͈ͬ̈́͑̄ͮ͑͝ͅG̸̨̪͓̜̃̌̋ͤͬ̚o̵͍̳ͤ́͗̎̋̏̽̿ͤ̕t͕͍͎̗̉́ͬ̏ͨ̉ͮͮͩ̕͠ ̼̠̘̰̜̓̕ȁ̝̭̥̬̰̩̰̖̐͗̍͜n̡̜͉̗ͣ̊ͪ̃̔ͫ͗̀y̴̧̪̫̝̫̿ͭ͌͊ͫ͋͢ ̨̻̥͎̯̠̃̽ͮ̈̇̅̒̊́͢g̰̹̥̲͒ͪͩ͑ͦ̊̔̂r̟͉̠͚̖͚̻̜͗̓ͨ̆a̰̺̖ͬ̆̀ͪ̕͜p̧̡͌ͭ͊̋̒͏͈̜͇̦̱ë̡͕̟̬͈́̊̄̔s̞̜͓̱͍̟̊̂͌̇ͯ͐͝͝?͇͖̳̙ͭ̏̆ͩͦ̆ͦ̚ͅ"̺̯̻̰̭̽ͪ̊̃̄͒̿͝ͅ